Prince Charles has opened a luxurious bed and breakfast in a Scottish castle

If you have always wished to live like royalty, here’s your chance to do so with a luxurious bed and breakfast opened by none other than Prince Charles. Christened – The Granary Lodge, the exclusive accommodation is located in the heart of Scotland and is at a stone’s throw from the Castle of Mey in Caithness. It was officially inaugurated on the first of the month and is now open for public bookings.

Comprising of 10 B&B room (including two luxury suites), The Granary Lodge aims at becoming an attractive tourist hot-spot in the North Highlands of Scotland. Inside, the place boasts of an imperial Victorian decor with floral drapery, dark wood furniture and charming decorative accents. The main gathering area comes with arched ceilings, exposed beams, and a large rug, while the hallway features photos of the royal family hung on the exquisite plastered walls. Additionally, the in-suite bathrooms come a bathtub, dual vanity, large floor mirror and a separate shower.

On the outside, the lodge opens to pristine vistas of cliffs and the sea, making it an ideal getaway for the royal fans. The Lodge has been developed by The Prince’s Foundation and will be owned and operated by The Queen Elizabeth Castle of Mey Trust. Stays at the Granary Lodge can be booked onward $208 which also includes a freshly cooked breakfast “made from a quality, locally sourced ingredients,” Sounds like a steal!


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